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  Extending Bluetooth's range
  Posted on Sunday May 14, @05:58AM Pacific
Net Devices Axis Communications has created a network/Internet appliance that generates local "cells" which extend the range of Bluetooth signals for access by client devices like PDAs, laptops, Webpads, and specialized embedded devices. The company expects Bluetooth Axis Point to be an enabler of a wide range of innovative new services for use in office, hotel, home, and public environments such as airports, shopping centers, and convention centers. Read more at LinuxDevices.com.



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